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Re: Discover 5% Jan-March 2013

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Anyone else having trouble logging in to their account?

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Re: Discover 5% Jan-March 2013


patsfan1453 wrote:

Anyone else having trouble logging in to their account?


Yup.  Internal server error.  My guess is they are bogged down with everyone trying to see & sign up for 2013 categories!

 

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Re: Discover 5% Jan-March 2013


isoldmyatlas wrote:

patsfan1453 wrote:

Anyone else having trouble logging in to their account?


Yup.  Internal server error.  My guess is they are bogged down with everyone trying to see & sign up for 2013 categories!

 


Yup, slow for me too. I thought it was just me.

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Re: Discover 5% Jan-March 2013


flowfaster wrote:

Nice!   With the Freedom for gas and this for dining I just need to figure out what to switch my Cash+ to. lol


I like the 5% back on Bill Pay with Cash+

 


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Re: Discover 5% Jan-March 2013


SnackTrader wrote:

These bonuses are much more disppointing than Chase's in my opinion.  I don't think there is any quarter that would even give me a chance to hit $1,500 in spending - except maybe if I bought big purchases during the fourth quarter.

 

Maybe I will hold off on Discover...


Could you please inform me what bonus categories Discover offers for the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th quarters? Would appreciate it.

 

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Re: Discover 5% Jan-March 2013

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Discover hasn't listed full details for each quarter, but from their general descriptions, looks like April-June (listed as 'Spring Style') might be clothing stores, perhaps home improvement, July-September (listed as 'Summer Fun') might be gas, perhaps hotels or travel, and October-December (listed as 'Holiday Shopping') may be online shopping or B&M store shopping?


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Re: Discover 5% Jan-March 2013


slarano wrote:

Discover hasn't listed full details for each quarter, but from their general descriptions, looks like April-June (listed as 'Spring Style') might be clothing stores, perhaps home improvement, July-September (listed as 'Summer Fun') might be gas, perhaps hotels or travel, and October-December (listed as 'Holiday Shopping') may be online shopping or B&M store shopping?


These categories sound awesome to me ...

 

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Re: Discover 5% Jan-March 2013

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Just received a text reminder from Discover to sign up for the 5% Bonus. :smileyhappy:

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Re: Discover 5% Jan-March 2013

My personal favorite for 2012 was (and actually still is) 5% for all online shopping this quarter. Though I doubt they would do it again - I think I've already hit my spending cap on this and it's only 2/3 of the quarter passed.

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TU Dec 2013 - 752Sep 2013 - 764 - new all time maximum

Obsolete data &colon:smileywink: Current TU - probably around ~750. I am now applying only for cards I can have fat sign-up bonuses on, repay them right away and close before next year. That's why BKLSBNKDELAWARE probably blacklisted me long ago, LOL...
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Just signed up...going to use it for a couple of restaurants i plan on trying this holiday month!

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